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23 February 2020 17:42


Rain extending northwards across Munster, Connacht and Leinster this evening.


Rain will extend to all areas, with some heavy falls, leading to local flooding. The rain will turn to sleet and snow across parts of Connacht, north Leinster and Ulster, with some snow accumulations for a time over high ground leading to hazardous driving conditions. The sleet and snow will turn back to rain later tonight and towards morning as temperatures rise. Minimum values 0 to 4 Celsius, coldest in the northern half of the country early tonight. Moderate to fresh southeasterly winds will veer southwesterly and increase fresh to strong and gusty with gale force winds in southern and eastern coastal areas.


Tomorrow morning, outbreaks of rain and any lingering sleet or snow in Ulster will clear. It will brighten up in the afternoon with sunny spells developing along with scattered showers in the west and north. Maximum afternoon temperatures of just 5 to 8 Celsius. A blustery day, with fresh to strong and gusty southwest to west winds, veering west to northwest with gales at times along coasts.

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